Sightseeing in Shinjuku area of “Kadoya Hotel,” a business hotel within a 3-minute-walk from Shinjuku Station’s West Exit

    • Reservations & Customer Care(Available 24 hours)
    • International+81-3-3346-2561
    • In Japan03-3346-2561
  • FAQ
  • Reservations
  • JapaneseJapanese
  • Check In
  • of Nights
  • Adults
  • Check In 15:00 / Check Out 11:00
Official website reservation specials
  • 1Lowest rates guaranteed
  • 2Complimentary mineral water (One bottle guest)
  • 3An hour early check-in available.


Sightseeing in Shinjuku area

Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building Observation Deck

Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building Observation Deck

Enjoy the view of all of Tokyo from the 202-meter high observation decks. Use the Observation Deck Elevator located on the 1st floor of No.1 building.

  • ■Hours: 9:30-23:00
  • ■Admission: Free
  • ■Closed: South Observation Deck – 1st and 3rd Tuesday
    North Observation Deck – 2nd and 4th Monday
Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

Originally completed as the Imperial gardens in 1906, the gardens became open to public after World War II. We invite you to visit Shinjuku Gyoen to enjoy each season that nature offers – cherry blossoms in the spring, thickly grown trees and grass in the summer, chrysanthemum in the early autumn, golden leaves in the fall, and a wintry landscape.

  • ■Hours: 9:00-16:00
  • ■Closed: Monday (when the national holiday falls on Monday, the gardens close on the next day) and Dec29-Jan3
  • ■Admissions: Adult (15 yrs and older) 200 JPY, Children (ages 7 to 14) 50 JPY, Children (6 and younger) free


Keeping the tradition of Edo period, Suehiro-Tei’s “yose” (theater) offers the true essence of “rakugo” (Japanese comic storytelling.)

  • ■Hours: 9:30-23:00
  • ■Admission: Adults 3,000 JPY, Seniors 2,700 JPY, Students 2,500 JPY, Elementary School Students 2,200 JPY, Tomono-Kai Members 2,500 JPY
Jingu Gaien

Jingu Gaien

Jingu Gaien is a recreational park completed with various sports facilities including a baseball stadium, tennis courts, golf courses, and a futsal field. Shunjuku’s locals utilize Jingu Gaien to develop their physical strength and to train mind and body. Enjoy the view of ginkgo trees while taking a stroll around the park.

Yoyogi Park

Yoyogi Park

Where it is Yoyogi Park now was the army parade ground in the early 1900s. During the post World War II Allied occupation of Japan, it was the site of the Washington Heights residence for U.S. officers. It was the main Olympic athletes village in 1964, then turned into a city park in 1967.